Rated 3.3 out of 5 by 31
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by StrutDetroit Excellent addition
Easy to setup. Quite sturdy when properly anchored and well tensioned. They could mark the tubes better - and have the several groups of them bundled together - as opposed to searching through multiples of look-a-likes - but overall very easy to setup. Would also be nice if the bolts were pre-segregated by size. But for the price, it is excellent shade for the cars and bikes.
August 2, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by AnnieC89 Shelter for Horse...
We purchased this shelter to place a hay feeder within; and, so our horse would have some shelter from the elements. It held up to 85 mile per hour winds, heavy rain and snow storms. We purchased 6 extra tie downs. We did not put front or back flaps on the shelter as we wanted our horse to have easy escape routes front and back...the product has worked well for our plans and needs and we will be purchasing another one for a second horse. I am giving it a 4 stars, rather than 5, because I don't feel it would have held up without the extra tie downs....
April 17, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Denise Very Satisfied
I have seen several of these not done well. I followed the directions and my shed is up well, not sagging and standing strong. Even on loose sandy dirt. I put a tarp down for the floor. When we had a heavy rainfall, I went out the next day, it was completely dry inside. Just love it. Neighbors are alreading asking about it and my sister already ordered hers.
April 28, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by hondabob Good value for the money
When we started to put the frame up we found that one of the connectors was only spot welded and after calling the company we got a new one shipped in about 10 days. Also the stakes that came with the unit would not work so we had to order the cable hold downs and that was another7 days. After all the delays the garage went up and seems to be working as expected.
August 11, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Mk Shelterlogic 10'x15
They said would take a couple of hours for 2 guys to put it up. Well tgat is not true. But the worst part is that the instructions have no words just diagrams that you have to figure out and the poles half the numbers were unreadable. Once figured out its great
August 17, 2016
Rated 3.0 out of 5.0 by Bernie :-( not what I thought it would be
First it is a nice concept BUT if you live in windy area don't buy , if you park your car in it be very careful , I have a 2013 white nissan altima and I bought the shelter for it but what I didn't realize was that the back and front of the shelter would scratch the heck out of my car I'm really ticked about it too , it's been up. For a month or two , already started ripping ,
August 9, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Jason Great buy, great price, great quality
I've had the shelter for about 2 months and it has held up to some strong coastal Florida wind. I leave it open and have a unique anchoring that is not in the design specs, but basically I attached it at the four corners. It takes some time and effort to build and I would recommend two people. It's going to take about 2-3 hours to build.
August 1, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by GenericWalkIn A useful product
1st, pack the box so that the parts don't rattle around during shipping. The paint was all chipped up and a partial hole in the box could have allowed parts to fall out; luckily none were missing. A properly packed box would help prevent heavy parts from poking a hole in the box.
2nd, when attaching the ratchets for the straps of the end panels to the holes as indicated, it would apply to much pressure of the tarp onto the bolts, thus tearing a hole in the tarp. I had to attach the ratchets to the anchors to avoid the bolts.
3rd, when assembling the frame, I found that the bolt holes in the pipes had unwanted "flashing" on the inside of the holes that had to filed down to get the pipes to fit inside each other. It would have been nice to know to do this before attempting assembly, before finding out the hard way (and it scratched up the pipes).
4th, a lot of the part #'s were unreadable and it took a lot of "detective" work to figure out which were the right parts.
5th, However, I did appreciate the low cost.
6th, It would be nice if the door had only one zipper, and slide each half of the door to the side instead of having to roll it up. Also, it would be nice if you could buy a door kit separately so you have a "drive-thru shed". I also hope replacement tarps are available.
7th, A tip for you DIYers: As everyone knows, it takes a lot longer to to build a shed without help. If you use one of these "tent sheds" as a temporary "weather-proofer" for your wood-built shed (use just the roof part of the frame without the legs), It gives you extra time To build the trusses inside the incomplete walls instead of leaving everything out in the weather. Once the trusses are ready, you can take off the tent & frame and finish the roof. If it starts raining before you can finish the roof, you can just cover it up with tent again while waiting for drier weather. This can save your big project.
8th, I appreciated the built-in channels at the bottom of the end panels so I could insert a board or pipe to add weight and "straightness" to the panels. It really helps in rolling up the door.
August 16, 2016